Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and For How Much—at Art Basel Hong Kong 2024

More than 240 exhibitors took part in Art Basel Hong Kong this year, angling for buyers at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre through Saturday, March 30. How did they do? Business was slower than in past years, according to many dealers, but sales did occur—and some galleries even seemed to be doing big business. “While the weaker Chinese economy is a reality, it doesn’t mean that we cannot work well,” Hauser and Wirth’s president, Marc Payot, said. The mega firm has bet big on Hong Kong, opening a ground-floor space earlier this year, and that bet appeared to pay off, as it posted major sales, like a $9 million late Willem de Kooning.

What else sold? As usual, Artnet News Pro has an expansive list, below. But first, let us dispense with a few caveats. Most prices were originally reported in U.S. dollars, however some pieces were priced in other currencies: Those were converted into greenbacks and rounded. These figures come from dealers, the fair, and sundry publicists; they are by no means exhaustive, and they contain only as much information as those sources were willing to share. Which is why some of these listings come with peculiar price ranges rather than exact prices. Nevertheless, the figures offer a glimpse at the business being done on the floor (and in the digital ether), as well as the fine art of pricing fine art.

The art world is a movable feast, and the next stops include places like Brussels, for the Art Brussels fair later this month, and New York, where there are more fairs planned for May than can possibly be listed here. Hope to see you there.

Two abstract paintings—colorful blobs of color—hang on the white walls of a booth

Paintings by Caroline Bachmann, presented by Meyer Riegger. Photo courtesy Art Basel Hong Kong

PAINTINGS

$9 million: Willem de Kooning, Untitled III (1986) at Hauser & Wirth

$8.5 million: Philip Guston, The Desire (1978) at Hauser & Wirth

$3.5 million: Mark Bradford, May the Lord be the first one in the car…and the last out. (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$2 million+: George Condo, Constructed Female Portrait (2024) at Sprüth Magers

$1.5 million: Georg Baselitz, So me he bo lo (2013) at Acquavella Galleries

$1.3 million: Alex Katz, Yellow Tree 2 (2021) at Gladstone Gallery

$1.2 million: Lynne Drexler, Plumed Bloom (1967) at White Cube

$1.1 million: Ed Clark, Homage to the Sands of Springtime (2009) at Hauser & Wirth

$850,000: George Condo, Escaping Figures (1998) at Hauser & Wirth

$850,000: Pat Steir, 9 x 7, D (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$800,000: Avery Singer, Poppers (2024) at Hauser & Wirth

$750,000: Christine Ay Tjoe, 3->2 #05 (2010) at White Cube

$750,000: Rashid Johnson, God Painting “Open Waters” (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$699,700: Maria Lassnig, Heimliche Liebe / Heimlich Liebe / Couple im Gespräch (Secret Love / Secretly Love / Couple Talking), 1995, at Hauser & Wirth

$600,000: Anj Smith, If Winter comes (can Spring be far behind)? (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$595,000: Charles Gaines, Numbers and Trees: Charleston Series 1, Tree #11, Fiddle Way (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$540,000–$648,000: Park Seo-Bo, Écriture No. 040424 (2004) at Kukje Gallery

$538,300: Yan Pei-Ming, Dragon rouge vermillion de Chine (2023) at Massimo De Carlo

UNDER $500,000

$485,000: Martha Jungwirth, Ohne Titel (2023) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$475,000: Jenny Holzer, Minor Victim-3 (2022) at Sprüth Magers

$377,000–$538,000: Giorgio Morandi, Fiori (1957) at Galleria d’Arte Maggiore G.A.M.

$375,000: A Salvo painting at Gladstone Gallery

$350,000: Zhang Enli, Composer (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$340,000–$390,000: Shara Hughes, Pink Cotton (2022) at David Kordansky Gallery

$340,000: Su Xiaobai, Gracile-1 (2022) at Tina Keng Gallery

$335,000: Ju Ting, Deep Rivers Run Quiet (2024) at Star Gallery

$310,000: Mr., Untitled (2024) at Perrotin

$300,000–$330,000: Each of two paintings by Javier Calleja at Almine Rech

$290,700: Julije Knifer, Untitled (1969) at Galerie Frank Elbaz

$275,000: Lisa Brice, Chasing that High (2006) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$275,000: Adam Pendleton, Black Dada (D), 2023, at Pace Gallery

$250,000: Michaela Yearwood-Dan, If we carry on we will fall (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$250,000: Robert Motherwell, Untitled (ca. 1951) at Kasmin

$248,000: A work by Katharina Grosse at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder

$245,000: A painting by Eddie Martinez Timothy Taylor

$240,000: Salvo, Ottobre (1999) at Mazzoleni

$237,000: Georges Mathieu, Homage to Guillaume Dufay (1970) at Perrotin

$230,000: Barry McGee, Untitled (2023) at Perrotin

$225,000: A Salvo painting at Gladstone Gallery

$223,000–$268,000: Ha Chong-Hyun, Conjunction 24 (2024) at Kukje Gallery

$210,000: A work by Bernard Frize at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder

$200,000–$300,000: Hsiao Chin, Chi-217 (1983) at Liang Gallery

$200,000: Catherine Goodman, The Sweet Sound of Silence (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$190,000–$210,000: A painting by Kenny Scharf at Almine Rech

$190,000: Lee Bul, Perdu CXCIV (2024) at Lehmann Maupin

$188,500: A Leon Kossoff painting at Xavier Hufkens

$185,000: Yan Ping, That Summer (2020) at Massimo De Carlo

$185,000: Joel Mesler, Untitled (More Joy), 2023, at David Kordansky Gallery

$175,000: Marilyn Minter, Red White and Blue (2022–23) at Lehmann Maupin

$175,000: A Salvo painting at Gladstone Gallery

$175,000: Camille Henrot, Dos and Don’ts—Mozart or the Brilliant Child (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$165,000 Hilary Pecis, Water Polo Practice (2024) at David Kordansky Gallery

$150,000: Michaela Yearwood-Dan, Wild Roses (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$150,000: Michaela Yearwood-Dan, You can’t fight the tears (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$145,000–$160,000: A drawing by Tom Wesselmann at Almine Rech

$142,000: Shim Moon-Seup, The Presentation (2021) at Perrotin

$140,000–$190,000: Martha Diamond, The City (1989) at David Kordansky Gallery

$130,000: Michaela Yearwood-Dan, If only you knew (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$129,200: Bharti Kher, Matter I (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$125,000: Sarah Morris, Lippo [Hong Kong] (2024) at White Cube

$121,000: Miriam Cahn, (schlafen,19.8.2022), 2022, at Galerie Jocelyn Wolff

$120,000–$130,000: David Salle, Tree of Life, Split (2024) at Lehmann Maupin

$120,000: Su Meng-Hung, Flames gone with the red blossoms, smoke trailing along the evening clouds (2024) at Tina Keng Gallery

$120,000: Odili Donald Odita, Tempest (2024) at David Kordansky Gallery

$115,000: Emi Kuraya, Untitled (2024) at Perrotin

$110,000: Michaela Yearwood-Dan, The search (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$106,800: A painting by Thierry De Cordier at Xavier Hufkens

$100,000: Kylie Manning, Fracture (2024) at Pace Gallery

$100,000: Maysha Mohamedi, Ice Remedy (2023) at Pace Gallery

$100,000–$150,000: Four works by Walasse Ting at Alisan Fine Arts

$100,000–$110,000: A photograph by Taryn Simon at Almine Rech

$100,000: Lenz Geerk, The new year (2024) at Massimo De Carlo

$100,000: Angel Otero, Reckless and Sweet (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$100,000: Rao Fu, Paradise Lost (2024) at Mind Set Art Center

$100,000: Angel Otero, Balcony (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$100,000: Jamian Juliano-Villani, Omni (2023) at Massimo De Carlo

UNDER $100,000

$99,200: A Miriam Cahn work at Galerie Jocelyn Wolff

$95,000: Mika Tajima, Negative Entropy (Seishoji Priest Prayer Drumming, Mustard, Quad), 2024, at Pace Gallery

$95,000: Cinga Samson, Igcukuma (2024) at White Cube

$90,000: Salvo, La valle (2008) at Mazzoleni

$90,000: Jason Boyd Kinsella, Grace (2020) at Perrotin

$90,000–$110,000: Mungo Thomson, December 28, 2015–January 4, 2016 (The Year Ahead), 2022, at Galerie Frank Elbaz

$86,100: Laurent Grasso, Studies into the Past at Perrotin

$85,000: Celeste Rapone, Sprawl (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$85,000: A painting by Daniel Crews-Chubb at Timothy Taylor

$85,000: A painting by Daniel Crews-Chubb at Timothy Taylor

$85,000: Wangari Mathenge, In Our Midst Yet Nowhere At All (2024) at Pippy Houldsworth

$80,000–$130,000: Chico da Silva, Untitled (1969) at David Kordansky Gallery

$80,000–$125,000: Two paintings by Ulala Imai at Xavier Hufkens

$80,000–$100,000: Jules Olitski, Without Trembling 5 (1974) at Templon

$80,000: TARWUK, MRTISKLAAH_emoC_saH_eM_gnilbmeseR_enoemoS (2024) at White Cube

$80,000: Agostino Bonalumi, Rosso (1968) at Mazzoleni

$80,000: Maia Cruz Palileo, The Water Between Them (2024) at David Kordansky Gallery

$77,500: Yu Nishimura, byway (2024) at Galerie Crèvecœur

$75,400: Each of two paintings by Cathy Wilkes at Xavier Hufkens

$75,400: A work by Herbert Brandl at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder

$75,000: Each of two works by Lee Bae at Perrotin

$75,000: Alexis Ralaivao, Ode à l’inanimé (2023) at Kasmin

$75,000: Daniel Boyd, Untitled (AMFOSL), 2024, at Station

$75,000: Wang Huaiqing, Entrance 2/6 (2022–23) at Tina Keng Gallery

$75,000: Each of several paintings by Ugo Rondinone at Gladstone

$73,000: Chen Ke, Bauhaus Gal No. 36 (2024) at Star Gallery

$70,000–$84,000: Kibong Rhee, There is No Place (2023) at Kukje Gallery

$70,000–$84,000: Kibong Rhee, Diminishing Place (2024) at Kukje Gallery

$70,000–$80,000: A painting by Zio Ziegler at Almine Rech

$70,000–$90,000: Each of two paintings by Youngju Joung at Almine Rech

$70,000–$84,000: Daniel Boyd, Untitled (POMOTB), 2021, at Kukje Gallery

$70,000: Celeste Rapone, Rose Court (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$70,000: Rao Fu, Girl and Red Leopard (2024) at Mind Set Art Center

$70,000: Austyn Weiner, Panic in the garden (2024) at Massimo De Carlo

$65,000: Torkwase Dyson, A Bolt from Blue 01 (2024) at Pace Gallery

$65,000: Daniel Boyd, Untitled (FIJFIIM), 2024, at Station

$61,000: Joung Young-Ju, Memories 323 (2023) at Hakgojae Gallery

$61,000: Joung Young-Ju, Memory of Autumn 1026 (2023) at Hakgojae Gallery

$60,000–$72,000: Kibong Rhee, Out from Outside (2024) at Kukje Gallery

$60,000–$72,000: Kim Yun Shin, Vibration 2018-43 (2018) at Kukje Gallery

$60,000–$65,000: A painting by Alejandro Cardenas at Almine Rech

$60,000: Li Ran, Becoming a Symbolic Archive (2023) at Lisson Gallery

$60,000: William Monk, Untitled (rainbow), 2019–23, at Pace Gallery

$60,000: Jessica Ranking, Sea Flare (2023) at White Cube

$60,000: Michaela Yearwood-Dan, Won’t you stay? (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$60,000: Lee Jin Woo, Untitled P24-001 (2024) at Leeahn Gallery

$60,000: Jammie Holmes, Toast (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$60,000: Michaela Yearwood-Dan, The Calm Waters (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$59,400: Nora Turato, TBC (2024) at Sprüth Magers

$59,200: Francis Picabia, Tableau de poche (1942) at Galerie Crèvecœur

$56,000–$66,700: Julian Opie, Hat scarf umbrella pony tail plastic bag long hair long skirt (2022) at Kukje Gallery

$55,100: Caroline Bachmann, Pleine lune nuage blanc nuages gris (2024) at Meyer Riegger

$55,000: Aaron Garber-Maikovska, TBT (2024) at Massimo De Carlo

$55,000: Rob Pruitt, Dawn Over Long Island Sound (First Week of August, 2023), 2024, at Massimo De Carlo

$52,000: Michael Ho, Spirit Resonance (2024) at High Art

$50,400: A painting by Sahara Longe at Timothy Taylor

$50,000–$55,000: A painting by Thu-Van Tran at Almine Rech

$50,000: Henni Alftan, Compass (2023) at Sprüth Magers

$50,000: Each of two Julie Buffalohead works at Jessica Silverman

$48,600: Andreas Schulze, Untitled (Green curtain), 2023, at Sprüth Magers

$48,600: Andreas Schulze, Untitled (Green curtain), 2023, at Sprüth Magers

$48,400: Xiyao Wang, Zhuangzi Dreaming of Becoming a Butterfly No. 4 (2023) at Massimo De Carlo

$48,400: Xiyao Wang, En lair No. 6 (2023) at Massimo De Carlo

$48,000: Rupy C. Tut, A Place Dear to Me (2024) at Jessica Silverman

$45,400: Thea Djordjadze, Untitled (2023) at Sprüth Magers

$45,200–$53,800: Jean-Michel Othoniel, Passiflora (2023) at Kukje Gallery

$45,000–$50,000: A painting by Roby Dwi Antono at Almine Rech

$45,000: Rao Fu, Undead River II (2024) at Mind Set Art Center

$44,100: A painting by Antonia Showering at Timothy Taylor

$44,000: Megan Rooney, Prelude to the wind (2023–24) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$44,000: Megan Rooney, Echos and Hours (2024) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$44,000: Megan Rooney, Holding us fast (light), 2024, at Thaddaeus Ropac

$44,200: A work by Daniel Knorr at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder

$43,200–$64,800: Hyun-Sook Song, Three paintings including Brushstroke-Diagram (2023) and 6 Brushstrokes over 1 Brushstroke (2023) at Sprüth Magers

$42,000: Tang Jo-Hung, American Wife (2023) at Mind Set Art Center

$40,000–$60,000: Liza Lou, syllabus (2018) at Lehmann Maupin

$40,000–48,000: Kim Yun Shin, Fragments of Memories 2019-24 (2019) at Kukje Gallery

$40,000–$48,000: Kim Yun Shin, Vibration 2018-25 (2018) at Kukje Gallery

$40,000: Marina Cruz, Wishing We Were Water Lilies (2024) at Mind Set Art Center

$38,000: Jason Fox, Four Your Eyes (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$38,000: An oil stick on linen work by Hayal Pozanti at Jessica Silverman

$38,000: A painting by Hayal Pozanti at Timothy Taylor

$38,000: Marina Cruz, Current Currents (2023) at Mind Set Art Center

$37,700–$45,200: Jean-Michel Othoniel, Amant Suspendu (2024) at Kukje Gallery

$37,700: Thilo Heinzman, O.T. (2016) at Perrotin

$37,700: Li Hei Di, Fallen Angels Mock Nighttime’s Splendour (2024) at Pippy Houldsworth

$36,600: Nino Kapanadze, He shaved evenly and with care, in silence, seriously (2023) at Galerie Crèvecœur

$35,000–$42,000: Daniel Boyd, Untitled (IANATAB), 2024, at Kukje Gallery

$35,000: Daniel Boyd, Untitled (WLIMW), 2024, at Station

$33,000: Each of two works by Izumi Kato at Perrotin

$32,300: Michel Pérez Pollo, Un Otoño XVII (2023) at Mai 36 Galerie

$32,300: A work by Jongsuk Yoon at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder

$32,200: Each of two Sol Calero works at Galerie Crèvecœur

$32,000: Kim Tschoon Su, ULTRA-MARINE 2353 (2023) at Leeahn Gallery

$30,800: Caroline Bachmann, Nuages oranges et gris (2022) at Meyer Riegger

$30,800: Caroline Bachmann, Trois risées oranges (2023) at Meyer Riegger

$30,000: An oil on linen painting by Julia Jo at Jessica Silverman

$30,000: Daniel Boyd, Untitled (AMWSCWC), 2024, at Station

$30,000: Yan Ping, Little Bird (2023) at Massimo De Carlo

$30,000: Daniel Boyd, Untitled (YAWCWC), 2024, at Station 

$30,000: Wang Yuyang, Mirror and RedCopper(2), 2024, at Massimo De Carlo

$28,000: Mark Yang, The Miracle (2023) at Massimo De Carlo

$28,000: Heemin Chung, Marigold in June (2023) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$28,000: Mark Yang, Pink Window (2024) at Kasmin

$28,000: Zhang Hui, Standing Woman No. 66 (2023) at Star Gallery

$27,500: Yu-Xin Su, Air and Breathe (Gunung Merapi), 2024, at Perrotin

$25,000–$30,000: Kim Yun Shin, Granted Wishes 2018-32 (2018) at Kukje Gallery

$25,000–$30,000: Kim Yun Shin, Granted Wishes 2018-36 (2018) at Kukje Gallery

$26,900: JR, Ballet, Sur les Toits du Louvre #4, Horizontal, Paper Block, Paris, France (2021) at Perrotin

$25,000: Lee Jin Woo, Untitled Bp23-31 (2022–23) at Leeahn Gallery

$25,000: Celeste Rapone, Tester (2024) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$25,000: John McAllister, some clamour serenest seeming (2024) at Massimo De Carlo

$25,000: Josh Sperling, AbExDubBub Y (2023) at Perrotin

UNDER $25,000

$23,800: Gregory Hodge, Nine Landscape, Golden Weave and Blue Light (2024) at Sullivan + Strumpf

$23,000: Li Ran, Mont Sainte – Victoire (2012) at Lisson Gallery

$21,500–$53,800: David Douard, SLO’GROw»compromise kick 3 (2024) at Galerie Chantal Crousel

$21,500–$53,800: Mimosa Echard, Private picture (safe), 2023, at Galerie Chantal Crousel

$21,500: Isabelle Cornaro, Reproductions (Le cyclope / The Cyclops, 1898), 2019, at Balice Hertling

$21,500: Yu Nishimura, thought (2024) at Galerie Crèvecœur

$21,500: Each of two works Marty Schnapf at Perrotin

$21,500: Yu Nishimura, pigeon (2024) at Galerie Crèvecœur

$20,100–$106,800: Two paintings by Thierry De Cordier at Xavier Hufkens

$20,000: Lyn Liu, Cup lock (2024) at Kasmin

$19,400–$23,700: Haegue Yang, Sonic Rope – Aureate Triangle (2023) at Kukje Gallery

$19,400: Massimo Bartolini, Dew (2023) at Massimo De Carlo

$19,400: Nino Kapanadze, Untitled (rue des Saints-Pères), 2023, at Galerie Crèvecœur

$19,200–$22,900: Lee Kwang-Ho, Untitled 4819-67 (2023) at Kukje Gallery

$19,000: Poppy Jones, Grapes (2024) at Mai 36 Galerie

$19,000: Poppy Jones, Glass Stain (2023) at Mai 36 Galerie

$19,000: Poppy Jones, White Anemones (2024) at Mai 36 Galerie

$18,900: Sophia Loeb, A sua sabedoria me dá asas (Your wisdom gives me wings), 2024, at Pippy Houldsworth

$18,000: Alexis Ralaivao, Deux verres sur un piano (2023) at Kasmin

$18,000: Chang Yachin, Long Distance Call: Winter (2024) at Perrotin

$18,000: Tang Jo-Hung, Matteo Ricci in a Room (2023) at Mind Set Art Center

$16,500: Rao Fu, Madame Red (2023) at Mind Set Art Center

$16,500: Rao Fu, Farewell (2023) at Mind Set Art Center

$16,200–$48,600: Each of two Jitish Kallat works at Templon

$16,200: Zhi Wei, Joshua (2024) at Balice Hertling 

$16,200: A work by Jongsuk Yoon at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder

$16,000: Alexandra Sidor, Box (2024) at High Art

$15,000–$30,000: Each of two paintings by Sylvia Ong at Almine Rech

$14,000–$17,000: Daniel Boyd, Untitled (WBMWFP), 2014, at Kukje Gallery

$14,000: Anastasia Pavlou, Untitled (2024) at Balice Hertling 

$14,000: Yan Cong, Nuomi No. 3 (2023) at Star Gallery

$13,200: Caroline Bachmann, Soleil levant (2024) at Meyer Riegger

$13,200: Caroline Bachmann, Pleine lune nuages gris (2022) at Meyer Riegger

$13,000: Park Gwangsoo, My Strong Lines (2024) at Hakgojae Gallery

$12,900–$59,200: Each of ten paintings by Nathanaëlle Herbelin at Xavier Hufkens

$11,800– $14,000: Haegue Yang, Non-Folding – Geometric Tipping #32 (2013) at Kukje Gallery

$11,100–$13,300: Heejoon Lee, Something that was a Flower (2022) at Kukje Gallery

$11,000: Rao Fu, Paradise Lost (2023) at Mind Set Art Center

$10,000: Jeong Yun Kyung, Manifestation of Light I (2022) at Gallery Exit

$9,200: Robert Elfgen, Folkboat (2023) at Sprüth Magers

$9,000: Lyn Liu, Enticement-hole (2023) at Kasmin

$3,700–$4,400: Heejoon Lee, Lady with a Veil (2024) at Kukje Gallery

$3,700–$4,400: Heejoon Lee, Under the Wings of an Angel (2024) at Kukje Gallery

$3,000: Marina Cruz, Saturated Still Life I (2022) at Mind Set Art Center

$3,000: Marina Cruz, Saturated Still Life II (2022) at Mind Set Art Center

$3,000: Marina Cruz, Saturated Still Life III (2022) at Mind Set Art Center

$2,500: Pan Lin, River Sleep (2022) at Star Gallery

A work by Sopheap Pich at Tina Keng Gallery’s booth at Art Basel Hong Kong. Photo courtesy Art Basel.

SCULPTURES

$780,000: Tony Cragg, Incident Solo (2023) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$275,000: Paul McCarthy, The Angel (2018) at Hauser & Wirth

$275,000: Roni Horn, Pair Object Via: For two locations in one Place (1990) at Hauser & Wirth

$250,000: Lee Bul, Untitled (sculpture M3), 2013, at Thaddaeus Ropac

$120,000: Agostino Bonalumi, Bronzo (1969–2007) at Mazzoleni

$108,000–$215,300: Haegue Yang, Lilac Network Habitat (2022) at Galerie Chantal Crousel

$100,000–$200,000: Each of four Ju Ming sculptures, dated 1991 to 2009, at Asia Art Center

$95,000: Kiki Smith, Silver Moon (2023) at Pace Gallery

$94,500: A work by Annie Morris at Timothy Taylor

$91,500: Jean-Michel Othoniel, Kiku (2023) at Perrotin

$90,000: Ugo Rondinone, yellow pink monk (2024) at Gladstone Gallery

$90,000; Claude Lalanne, Nouvelle Pomme Bouche (2008/09) at Kasmin

$85,000: A sculpture by Thomas Houseago at Xavier Hufkens

$85,000: Diana Al-Hadid, Who Shares My Pain, Knows My Pain (2024) at Kasmin

$85,000: Diana Al-Hadid, The Happy Isle, Your Faultfinders Afar (2024) at Kasmin

$78,000: Chen Ting-Shih, Dusk (1997) at Each Modern

$78,000: Chen Ting-Shih, Harp (1980–90) at Each Modern

$75,300–$90,400: Haegue Yang, Sonic Cosmic Rope – Gold Dodecagon Straight Weave (2022) at Kukje

$70,000–$84,000: Kim Yun Shin, Add Two Add One, Divide Two Divide One 2019-24 (2019) at Kukje Gallery

$70,000: Stephan Balkenhol, Panda (2024) at Mai 36 Galerie

$60,000: Alex Seton The Monobloc Throne (2017–24) at Sullivan + Strumpf

$59,200: Pol Taburet, Ô Tree (2024) at Balice Hertling

$56,000: Sopheap Pich, Bauhinia purpurea 2 (2024) at Tina Keng Gallery

$50,000: Kelly Akashi, Life Forms (2023) at Lisson Gallery

$27,000: Katinka Bock, Chinese Constellation (Shanghai-Vallery), 2024, at Galerie Jocelyn Wolff

$22,000: Brian Rochefort, Burl (2022) at Massimo De Carlo

$12,500: Simphiwe Mbunyuza, Inkukhu (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$12,500: Simphiwe Mbunyuza, EGOQWENI (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$12,500: Simphiwe Mbunyuza, INTONJANA (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$12,000: Shireen Taweel, instrument one (2024) at $12,000

In a color photo, two people stand amid two white walls that each hold a black-on-white painting.

Ink Studio’s booth at Art Basel Hong Kong. Photo courtesy Art Basel.

DRAWINGS, PRINTS, PHOTOGRAPHS, AND OTHER WORKS ON PAPER

$500,000: Li Huasheng, 0679 (2006) at Ink Studio

$150,000: Chen Ting-Shih, Day and Night 70 (1981) at Each Modern

$125,000: Walton Ford, Minotaur (2013) at Kasmin

$115,000: Li Huasheng, 0097 (2009) at Ink Studio

$100,000: A work on paper by Louise Bourgeois at Xavier Hufkens

$91,500: Alicja Kwade, A year (2024) and 139 missing days (2024) at Pace Gallery

$85,000: A work on paper by George Condo at Xavier Hufkens

$75,000: Amy Sillman, Untitled (2024) at Gladstone Gallery

$70,000: Li Huasheng, 1018 (2010) at Ink Studio

$68,000: Li Huasheng, Untitled (no date) at Ink Studio

$65,000: Pastel on paper work by Loie Hollowell at Jessica Silverman

$50,000: Pastel on paper work by Loie Hollowell at Jessica Silverman

$45,200: Alicja Kwade, Memory, 2023, 277 missing hours (2024) at Pace Gallery

$36,000: Chen Ting-Shih, TOTEM (1964) at Each Modern

$30,000: Evan Holloway, Automatic Drawing #2 (2021) at David Kordansky Gallery

$30,000: Louise Lawler, Lost at Sea (Lamp), 1996/97, at Sprüth Magers

$30,000: Cindy Sherman, Untitled #446 (1976/2005) at Sprüth Magers

$30,000: Cindy Sherman, Untitled #442 (1976/2005) at Sprüth Magers

$27,000: Chen Ting-Shih, Day and Night 61 (1981)

$26,500: Woody De Othello, Foothills (2024) at Jessica Silverman

$21,500: Jack Warne, Teh Sergantr Wlaks Rossac Het Arbeg (2024) at Mai 36 Galerie

$20,000: Louise Lawler, Untitled (MoMA), 2021, at Sprüth Magers

$10,000: Wu Tseng Jung, Royal Palm Boulevard After Heavy Rain (2012) at Mind Set Art Center

$10,000: Wu Tseng Jung, Taipei City Hall (2015) at Mind Set Art Center

$8,500: Sara Anstis, Woman and tree (2023) at Kasmin

$7,200: Rao Fu, Hunter (2023) at Mind Set Art Center

$5,400: Wu Tseng Jung, Visitor Center with a Billiard Table at Mind Set Art Center

$4,100–$4,900: Koo Bohnchang, EWB 01-1 (2019) at Kukje Gallery

$3,700–$4,400: Heejoon Lee, Onsil No.9 (2021) at Kukje Gallery

$3,000: Lu Song, 41 (2023) at Massimo De Carlo

A tall space with curving windows is covered with polka dots. The light casts those dots on the white floor.

An installation work by Daniel Boyd, presented in Art Basel Hong Kong’s “Encounters” section. Photo courtesy Art Basel

OTHER

$11,000,000: Three Yayoi Kusama works—two “Infinity Nets” and an “Infinity Room” at Victoria Miro

$786,000: Anish Kapoor, Black to Brandy Wine and Organic Green mix (2022) at Lisson Gallery

$352,000: Olga de Amaral, Cuarzo 1 (2015) at Lisson Gallery

$250,000: Sheila Hicks, Talking Sticks (2023) at Alison Jacques

$138,300– $165,900: Julian Opie, Dance 2 step 1. (2022) at Kukje Gallery

$110,000: Anicka Yi, Late Classical XVIII (2022) at Gladstone Gallery

$100,000: Sheila Hicks, Roaring Declaration of Passivity (2023) at Alison Jacques

$90,000–$110,000: Sheila Hicks, Blue Memories (2022) at Galerie Frank Elbaz

$80,000–$120,000: Each of three Chiharu Shiota works at Templon

$75,000–$90,000: Suki Seokyeong Kang, Mat 120 x 165 #23-67 (2023) at Kukje Gallery

$37,700: Alicja Kwade, Gegen den Lauf (2022) at Pace Gallery

$35,000: Qualeasha Wood, Deus Ex Machina (What Was I Made For?), 2024, at Pippy Houldsworth

$18,300–$21,500: Haegue Yang, Ladybug on Latticed Sunset (2019) at Kukje Gallery

$18,300–$21,500: Haegue Yang, Frond Fairy (2023) at Kukje Gallery

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